Scientific Christian Mental Practice by Emma Curtis Hopkins is considered an important New Thought work. It is used by adherents to the Abrahamic New Thought paths as well as Science of Mind, Unity and DivineUnity. Hopkins' extensive references to Greek and Roman Classics, as well as her references to texts such as the Zend Avesta gives it an aura that is quite appealing to Religious Scientists (now Center for Spiritual Living) and to adherents of Science of Mind.
Emma Curtis Hopkins was declared a "teacher of teachers" by Unity, which is a form of Abrahamic New Thought
Emma teaches that adherents should use the word Good interchangeably with God to achieve a deeper understanding and higher consciousness. "Therefore in the Science of Mind you may take for your first idea one word. It is the word 'Good'."
She mentions the Science of Mind school of New Thought more than once: "The first lesson of the Science of Mind tells the foundation idea of Mind. It has been called the Statement of Being. Being is that which IS. It is certain that the Good that is for us is the Good we ought to have."